Children who are exposed to domestic violence in the home are particularly susceptible to continuing the cycle. Thanks to a $300,000 grant from J.B. & Emily Van Nuys Charities, Strength United — a chartered center established by the California State University, Northridge Michael D. Eisner College of Education to support individuals affected by violence, sexual abuse and trauma. Continue reading about how Gift to Strength United Aims to Prevent Domestic Violence.
California State University, Northridge gender and women’s studies professor R. Dianne Bartlow served as co-executive producer, with director Mary Lou Belli and producer Robin Gee, of a local television program, “Hope Builders: Making a Difference in the Inland Empire,” that recently received two Telly Awards, for social impact and directing. Continue reading about how Prof’s TV Program on Those Making a Difference.
The impact of COVID-19 over the past year has brought on additional hardship for many low-income taxpayers. With “stay-at-home” orders in place on-and-off throughout the pandemic, the idea of filing taxes was made more stressful for taxpayers in need of services provided by CSUN’s VITA Clinic. Continue reading about how Wells Fargo Bank Continues to Support CSUN VITA Clinic.
Exposure to a wide range of cultures and faiths is paramount to providing students with a well-rounded higher education, and to building an enlightened and inclusive society. With this shared objective, California State University, Northridge collaborated with Drs. Jasvant Modi and Meera Modi on their $800,000 gift to support the Bhagvan Ajitnath Endowed Professorship in Jain Studies in CSUN’s Department of Religious Studies, part of the College of Humanities. Continue reading about how a $800K Gift Introduces Jain Studies to CSUN.
Each year, CSUN students push themselves to new heights and create amazing designs and research presentations. With COVID-19 continuing to limit activity on campus, CSUN students showed that their innovation would not be slowed down, as their work was presented at two recent events — the CSUNposium research and creative works symposium and the College of Engineering and Computer Science Senior Design Project Showcase. Continue reading about how Showcases Highlight Student Creativity and Talent.